Qin the First’s mausoleum
statues of over 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots, 670
horses that stand guard over tomb of the first unifier of the country.
Each figure is unique in appearance and outfit. It provides an
important glimpse into culture and lifestyle of the ancient
China. In addition to thousands of soldiers the terracotta army
also contains musicians, acrobats and even officials. All this
army was supposed to follow their emperor to the next World.
Although the mausoleum was discovered in 1974 large portion of
the burial complex including the tomb itself are still buried
and waits for its time.